Thursday, February 21, 2008

Video of the week!!

I'd seen this movie a bunch of times, but after some time my memories faded. Then, I was spending some time over at
I was reminded of Amy Pohler's comic genius.

I'll say it twice - The Oblivians ROCK!
Click here to grow balls and talk to that chick.

Because all of you kids have been good and kept your drinkin' shoes in the closet for a while, tonight I'd like you all to let em' loose and crack open a bottle of Black Nightmare while you do.

Get down to the wild sounds of The Oblivians because there's only two types of music:

Rock and Roll.

The Oblivians ROCK!!!
Click here to be offered a beer by someone better looking than you.

I picked up my motorcycle. It's a deep red 1977 Yamaha with gold trim.
Tonight I'm a little tipsy. I'm a light red with a smile you couldn't knock away with a crowbar.
Tonight I watched the Libertines DVD.

In short, tonight rocked!

So now I feeling like sharing the vibes with you guys.

Today I'd be obliged if you would take a listen to
Popular Favorites by The Oblivians.

PS. The new Reigning Sound album is coming out soon. Please nobody post it.
That's rock you oughta pay for because we need Greg to know we like what he's sellin'.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

A request...

Hello everyone. To those of you who read my last post and left a comment...thank you so much. As it stands now, Mrs. Robot is in Boston with her mum while my two little doggies and I are holding down the homefront.

Things aren't looking any better, but don't fret...they aren't looking any worse.

Anyway, I'm sitting at my turntables attempting to rip some vinyl for you guys and for some reason I had a flash back of this party I DJ'd back in 1991. The reason that night stands out in my memory is because my buddy Slim, a lesbian who lived as a dude, helped me lug my records over there and ended up having a straight chick get totally hooked on her. Yeah, alcohol definitely had a big part, or maybe this unknown young lady had lesbian tendancies.

So to continue, I was spinning a bunch of random, fun records and getting the kids shakin' when I decided to put on this one red vinyl 12" by a girl named Elisa Fiorillo. The song was called "Ooh, this I need."

While that song played the entire party became one huge make out festival and watching my boy...I mean girl...Slim, kiss this young miss who actually had no idea that Slim was a female, got me happy to see such fun.

That being said...if any of you guys have an mp3 of Elisa Fiorillo's song "Ooh, this I need" I would be skyrocketing with joy. I don't remember if it was even a good song, but I'm just trying to grasp such a happy memory in full. Thanks. Music to come soon...for now however, please open a beer and enjoy the always incredible Frank Black.